Intermittent catheterization is the temporary placement of a catheter (tube) to remove urine from the body. This is usually done by placing the catheter through the urethra (the tube that leads from the bladder to the outside opening) to empty the bladder.
Self-catheterization; CISC; CIC; Intermittent catheterization
Some people may need a catheter occasionally. Intermittent catheterization may be necessary for:
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